Art Historian

In Italy I graduated in Humanities at the Faculty of Letters, with Art History and Italian Literature as prominent subjects. 

My graduation thesis was on the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch and the Scandinavian theatre, for which I got 110/110 cum laude, i.e. the highest grade at the Italian university.

In 2003 I got a scholarship from The Research Council of Norway, which gave me the opportunity to fulfil a stimulating research project at the Munch Museum in Oslo. Some yers later I wrote an article which has been published by the review "Studi Nordici".



Il fiore del dolore: la sofferenza che alimenta l’opera d’arte. Munch illustratore di Strindberg per la rivista Quickborn, Studi Nordici no. VIII, Pisa - Roma, IEPI 2001, pp. 39-53


Strindberg: painter and playwright. Visual elements in the stage directions of “To Damascus” and “A Dream Play”, North-West Passage, Yearly Review of the Centre for Northern Performing Arts Studies (Università degli Studi di Torino), n.1. Roma, Carocci editore 2004, pp. 101-117


Il Rinascimento italiano secondo Munch. I viaggi in Italia e le riflessioni negli appunti dell’artista norvegese, Studi Nordici no. XVII, Pisa - Roma, Fabrizio Serra editore 2010, pp. 11-26